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Mobile movie app gives away $100k worth of film tickets
Smart Cinema CEO Jack Gao decided to distribute free e-tickets worth $100,000 to tens of thousands of Chinese immigrants and students in North America.
Viewers get to excavate the past
An ancient tomb in Fuzhou, capital of Fujian province, is the subject of a new documentary series about unearthing the past.
China's cinemas are allowed to reopen amid crisis
The world's second largest film market will be allowed to resume operations under the condition of implementing COVID-19 prevention and control measures.
Journey of authors
Acclaimed authors voice their views on literature and bigger issues like the meaning of life in the new documentary, Wenxue De Richang ("everyday life of literature").
Food documentary tops TV series popularity ranking
"Once Upon a Bite 2," a sequel to the popular 2018 food documentary "Once Upon a Bite," continued to top the weekly Chinese-language TV series popularity ranking on review platform Douban on Thursday.
Smart Cinema app changing the world via smartphones
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese movies have still managed to make their way out into the world and onto smartphones overseas, according to Smart Cinema CEO Jack Gao.
Documentary 'Asian Americans' premieres
A five-episode documentary series entitled "Asian Americans" has launched in the U.S., with its first two episodes premiering on the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) on Monday.
Documentary captures historic splendor of Dunhuang Grottoes
A documentary that explores Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes' glorious past and present preservation efforts has been on air on China Global Television Network (CGTN) since May 10.
Cultural connection vital amid coronavirus lockdown
British historian and TV presenter Michael Wood is delighted to see that his documentary about Du Fu has helped boost cultural understanding between different cultures.
Beijing film festival online screenings to close with 'Bombshell'
The online movie screenings of the Beijing International Film Festival are set to close with Oscar-winning drama film Bombshell on Tuesday, according to the film festival's organizer.
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